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作品番号
122160317
タイトル
UK team working on candidate vaccine against coronavirus
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動画:CCTV+/アフロ
日付
2020年2月12日
撮影国
イギリス
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ニュース
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RM(ライツマネージド)
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A team of UK scientists from Imperial College London have begun animal testing of a vaccine for the new coronavirus epidemic.

They have come up with a candidate vaccine in just 14 days, something that can take months or even years, thanks in part to the collaborative approach taken by China.

Dr. John S. Tregoning from the Faculty of Medicine in the Department of Infectious Disease thanked Chinese scientists for sharing key data with the international health community, which has enabled the research team to get a quick breakthrough.

"It has been remarkably good about how the Chinese scientists have shared their research and their data very openly and very quickly, and that has enabled not only the development of vaccines but also of diagnostic tests which can then be used globally to reduce the spread of disease," Dr. Tregoning said.

Tests of the vaccine on animals, mice and primates, began this week. If all goes well, clinical human trials could start this summer. Then a phase two human trial will have to be undertaken, before mass production can become viable.

"To make the biologically safe material, you need very specific types of factories, and you need to develop those processes once we know which vaccine is going to work. So, there is a delay time in that process but also we need to make sure it’s safe and do the test properly before. Rushing it through and getting an unsafe vaccine would be far worse than doing it as quickly as we are able to and getting a safe, effective vaccine," said Dr. Tregoning.

With new cases of the virus occurring in countries around the world, the lead researcher overseeing the vaccine's development says their work is crucial irrespective of whether the coronavirus is effectively contained or not.

"We need to make sure that we have a vaccine available as an insurance policy. Now if we develop that vaccine and it's not needed outside China, that's not a problem, that's a good thing. We just need to make sure something is in place and available as fast as possible," said Professor Robin Shattock, head of Mucosal Infection and Immunity in the Department of Medicine.

Imperial College London is not the only team working on a vaccine, as scientists around the world take on the challenge of finding a way to protect people against the disease. And while researchers are working at speed, it's thought the very earliest vaccines could be available is late this year.
(Original Title: UK team working on candidate vaccine against coronavirus)
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London, UK - Feb 8, 2020 (CGTN- No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of researchers doing experiment in lab
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. John S. Tregoning, Faculty of Medicine in Department of Infectious Disease, Imperial College London (starting with shot 1):
"It has been remarkably good about how the Chinese scientists have shared their research and their data very openly and very quickly, and that has enabled not only the development of vaccines but also of diagnostic tests which can then be used globally to reduce the spread of disease."
3. Various of researcher doing experiment in lab
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. John S. Tregoning, Faculty of Medicine in Department of Infectious Disease, Imperial College London (starting with shot 3):
"To make the biologically safe material, you need very specific types of factories, and you need to develop those processes once we know which vaccine is going to work. So, there is a delay time in that process but also we need to make sure it’s safe and do the test properly before. Rushing it through and getting an unsafe vaccine would be far worse than doing it as quickly as we are able to and getting a safe, effective vaccine."
5. Various of researchers doing experiment in lab
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Professor Robin Shattock, head, Mucosal Infection and Immunity in Department of Medicine at Imperial College London (starting with shot 5):
"We need to make sure that we have a vaccine available as an insurance policy. Now if we develop that vaccine and it's not needed outside China, that's not a problem, that's a good thing. We just need to make sure something is in place and available as fast as possible."
7. St. Mary's Hospital
8. Road sign of St. Mary's Hospital
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